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11/4/2012

Japanese panic disordered characters in the kitchen

panic disordered character in the kitchen
left-quote 44x68Don’t you hate it when you have panic disordered characters in the kitchen?right-quote 44x68   writes the 3Yen’s correspondent-at-large, Den4.

‘Iron Chef’ Returns to Japan
Wall Street Journal Scene Asia | Nov. 2, 2012
After 13 years off the air, “Iron Chef” in Japan…is back…[and] stays largely faithful to the original. The most obvious change is the adoption of the overseas title “Iron Chef” — a clear recognition of the strong brand the original show has built internationallymore



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10 Responses to “Japanese panic disordered characters in the kitchen”

  1. Warty McDouchenozzle Says:

    What the fark is that mascot/character who is panicking in the kitchen?

  2. Taro 3Yen Says:

    Warty McDouchenozzle asked:
    What the fark is that mascot/character who is panicking in the kitchen?

    kumamon wikipedia

    Oh, that’s Japan’s #1 mascot, “Kumamon,” a bear who represents Kumamoto prefecture. Kumamon was crowned at the National Yuru-chara (lit. ‘loose character’) Summit.
    Refer to: japanprobe.com/2011/11/28/
    japans-No1-mascot-kumamon

  3. the marvelous miss merkin muncher Says:

    Oh let it burn, for the glory of SatanIncarnate!


    “BURN, BABY, BURN!”
    panic disordered character in the kitchen

  4. Hank Beard Says:

    I loaned a female friend my laptop since she had no power (DAE frankenstorm?) and came back to see that she had deleted all of my old Iron Chef and Banzai TV show videos. When was the last time you admitted to the world that you were in the friendzone?

  5. Taro 3Yen Says:

    Hank Beard wrote:
    …When was the last time you admitted to the world that you were in the friendzone?

    WOTZ the “friendzone”?
    Certainly you don’t mean the Land-of-Concrete©* where I have lived in exile for the past 27 years?

    “Friendzone”?
    tokyoskyline_245x152.jpg

    Alternatively, you don’t mean “The Friend Zone“? Sad to say, the ladies, Japanese and otherwise, are far too friendly to me (compared to to the amount of time/effort/money I am willing to waste on them).

  6. アイアンシェフ Says:

    http://v.youku.com/v_show/id_XNDY3MzkzNzY4.html

  7. Mad-Eye Moody Says:

    Hotdamn, that looks tasty!

    newest 1ron chef

    new 1ron chef

    Please insert my JPEGs, ok?

  8. Taro 3Yen Says:

    Kumamon and all his yuru-kyara butt-buddies set a Guinness world record for synchronized dork dancing.

    Japan sets Guinness record for synchronized mascot dancing
    This week, 141 “yuru-kyara” from 25 prefectures across the country gathered in Sasebo, Nagasaki Prefecture, to make their mark on history by becoming the largest group of mascots ever to do the same dance together
    [slacker] Kumamon, the bear-like mascot for Kumamoto, was heard to say, “I’m a little tired, monmore

  9. derpus maximus (via email) Says:

    Hank Beard wrote:
    …When was the last time you admitted to the world that you were in the friendzone?

    “Friendzone”?

    friendzone[+]

  10. Taro Says:

    The battle of mecha-Titans….
       Funasshii vs Kumamon
    kumamon-vs-Funasshii

      •Krazy Kumamon, Japan’s No. 1 loose-character mascot
         (3Yen / 2013-07-07)
      •Funasshii elected as Japan’s № 1 mascot
        (Japancrush.com / 2013-07-07)

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